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A birdwatcher's dream: Amazing montage photograph captures array of birds visiting a feeder over 20-minutes

Time Lapse photo of birds feeding over a 5 minute period - set up a stimulating situation.

from the Guardian

24 hours in pictures

This image was taken by Jaipal Singh/EPA. I felt that this image linked to the stimuli because it shows that birds can fly together but sometimes they can be left apart

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BirdGuides Photo of the Year 2009

Puffin on approach. Flaps down. Wheels down. Eyes on the bubble. Ought to be a smooth landing with din-din for da babies, I'd surmise.

from Decorator's Notebook

House Tour: inside a Victorian collector's cottage

| INDIE FARMER | #farm #design #countryside

from Jezebel

McQueen On The Red Carpet: The Ladies Who Dared

A dress from Spring/Summer 2008 "La Dame Bleue" shows the bird designs tht inspired McQueen. He has made a beautiful cape that resemble an extended set of wings. I could perhaps incorporate some of the feathers that I made into the final outcome.

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The most beautiful birds you've ever seen!: Explorers document, for first time ever, all 39 species of Birds-of-Paradise from rainforest hideouts

Adult male King of Saxony Bird of Paradise is seen at a calling perch in Papua New Guinea

The slow and graceful flight of three roseate spoonbills in formation. - is a gregarious wading bird of the ibis and spoonbill family, Threskiornithidae. It is a resident breeder in South America mostly east of the Andes, and in coastal regions of the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, and the Gulf Coast of the United States


Pictures of the day: 6 December 2010

Thousands of starlings surround a lone bird of prey which had swooped down to pick off a straggler. "Starlings have a very particular way of defending themselves from their predators like falcons and harriers. They form a large tightly packed flock and mob their enemy, scaring it off, frequently expanding and contracting and changing shape."

Robin in the Snow. A Robin as it lands in the Snow in my garden. A picture of: Tyne & Wear, Gateshead